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Screen Saver...
#1

Is it possible to use OnScreenDisplay(OSD) to create a useable Screen Saver? If not this would be a cool feature.
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#2
Possible, but you need to click to close it.

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str s.all(200 2 32) ;;set width
rep(20) s+"[]" ;;set height
s.insert("[9][9][9][9]relax!" s.len-24) ;;some text
OnScreenDisplay s -1 0 0 "" 0 0xffff 5 "" 0x0000ff
#3

Okay nice. Is it possible to set it up so that it's more like a regular Screen Saver? I have my computer set up to go to the Screen Saver after 1 minute of inactivity and then when you move the mouse it is password protected. Is this possible with quick macros as well?
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#4
It should be possible, but not with OSD. I never tried to create a screen saver and don't know how to. It is documented in the MSDN library.
#5

Okay, I assume you are refering to the Microsoft Developer Network? I was looking but I can't find the MSDN Library?
Taking on Quick Macros one day at a time
#6
near
#7
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#8
Quote:you are refering to the Microsoft Developer Network?

Yes, library is part of MSDN.
#9
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#10

Okay, I got ya, thanks.
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